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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBHIDO.I, ALTA.. THURSDAY, APRIL I, II "E. Duly Herald Printed by the Daily HeraM Printing Co.. ltd., every Uwful evening office. Hound St., Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- rector and Editor Rates one year, delivered 14.00 Daily, si! months, delivered 2.00 Duly, three mouths, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one yewv by 3-00 Daily, air months, by mail 1.76 Daily, three by mail 85 Weekly- Herald, one year 1-50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, hut both new land old address must be given. BE ON HAND TONIGHT Tonight a start will be made to or- ganize what has long been needed, a Horticultural'Society. Its-value has olteu been discussed at greater- or less length in this column and should not need repeating: Anyone who has made even the most casual ob- servation of civic beauty will recog- nize the need of some organization to stir up and maintain a strong senti- ment in this matter. There should be a large representa- tive gathering of men and women at Oliver's hall tonight to discuss the subject. Those who have good lawns and gardens should be there to give others some of the enthusiasm they have got from the pleasure they have received from their efforts. They should be members to give others the benefit of their experience. Those who. want to improve their property should be there to get ideas and ad- ditional inspiration. Those who are interested in property values should recognize the value of such a move- ment and be there to help it along. Those who have a pride in their city and want to be prouder of it as a "city beautiful" should be present to help work out their pride. In fact, all public spirited and private-spirited citizens for the sake of the city and of--their own interests should bs on hand tonight to lend their assistance -to this laudable purpose of organizing; a Horticultural Society.-, SUN FIRE Tfie oldest Insurance Office In the world FOUNDED A.D. 1710 ELCENTENAtY I91O HOME OFFICE. LONDON. ENGLAND Sun BulUlsuf. Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. 'MaBatfcr. C. B. BOWMAN, LETHBRIDGE, AGENT. novices at prairie farming and have the means to put their knowledge in- to practice. They are energetic and industrious and will soon turn large areas of bare prairie into golden wheat fields. Side HIS FIXED INCOME A southern Congressman who form- erly practiced law in Mississippi tells on amusing aise he once tried in that State. He was then a student in the office of his uncle, a Colonel Martin.who figured in local politics. The main figure in the trial was a lazy darky named Dick. Sutton, ar- rested, at ihe instance of his wife, who alleged that he contributed noth- ing to her support and refused to work. During the examination of Sutton the young lawyer have you any fixed Sutton was puzzled by the term. Counsel explained that the expression, meant a certainty, money paid, not for odd jobs, but for steady employ- j ment: in other words, a compensa- I tion at stated intervals on which one could absolutely rely. j Upon the'conclusion of counsel's marks the darky's fao? brightened. j "I think T has a fixed income, j said he. i is this fixed i was the next, question. j unswercd Dick, v.-ith a broad grin in the direction of CoL j Martin, "de Colonol dere allers give j mo dollars a sack o' flour on I 'lection STOCK QUOTATIONS BERESFORD, POLITICIAN -Lord Beresford's, entry into the po- litical arent will surely mean a de- cided stir in the admiralty depart- ment. The retired admiral has been soldier, sailor and civilian but it is evidently his firm belief that .Britain must depend on her navy to maintain her supremacy among: the He. believes in large expenditure on the ijavy to increase both its size and efficiency. Though the expenditure is great and there are no direct finan- cial the security felt-be- cause- of an efficient navy has a great beneficial "influence on the trade and industry of the nation. .Lord Beres- ford with his' great popularity and his: high standing in the navy ml] appeal to the general public, the bus- inessmen and the statesmen of the .nation with.a great deal of power and -result will doubtless be a much "stronger movement toward a. greater navy than there has been. As Furnished by Beale Elwell, j Cranbroolc, B. C., March 30 i 1909 Bid Aurora Consolidated B. C. Amalgamated B. C. Cooper Canadian Goldfields Canadian Marconi Asked .25 .06 5.50 6.00 .03 .06 2.25 Canadian Northwest Oil .50 1.00 Consolidated Smelters .73.00 82.00 Cranbrook Fire Brick 1.10 Diamond Coal .50 .55 Diamond Vale Coal .14% International Coal .72 .76 McGillivray Creek Coal .22 .25 Nicola Coal Mines Ltd. .05 .12 Nipising 10.75 11.25, North Star .07% .12 Nugget- Gold Mines .85 LOO Rambler Cariboo .14% M Royal Collieries .36 .38 Society Girl .25 Sullivan -OCX .01 Western Oil (ord) 1.55 1.80 Western Oil (pref) 2.25 4.00' Vetera> War Scrip 750.00 A UNIQUE CONGRESS It is certainly something new and "unique 'to see four thousand of a na- tion's businessmen gathered together in a convention to discuss matters jtertaining "to the church and the pro- pagation" of movement. When it is considered that the gath- ering is in-a of unlimited size and limited population it is-still more wonderful And yet in Toronto this Treek are gathered; together four thousand of Canada's most prominent laymen of all.denominations from all parts of the country to discuss the church's great problem of evangeliz- ing the- world in this generation. The Laymen's Missionary Congress is one of the tangible evidences of the great Laymen's Miaeionary movement which has been stirring the laymen of all churches in Christian natloua. Tin laymen have come to themselves with the idea that the .work of the church in -spreading the gospel and giving the heathen nations the benefits of Christian civilization is a business proposition.; that should be handled in a businesslike manner by the bus- inesmen of the church.. It is the mightiest movement in many, genera- and-no one dare prophecy what its results will be. BIG NEW YORK BRIDGE INFORMALLY OPENED New York, March new Queensborough bridge connecting New-Yorkand "Ixmg Island .city was informally opened today. The.bridge has a capacity which exceeds that of decker with two sirteen foot enades and .room for ihe elevated car tracks oa the upper floor. The main, roadway is 56 feet wide. .There are five the longesl of which is this being the long- est span in America f and one of the longest in the world.. The whole is of the cantilever type and cost abou' and has been shout ten years; building. Miss Ursula Archer; pupil of the celebrated .teacher, William Shake- will receive pupils in flinging and voice production. Also engage- ments for Concerts, At Hornet the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music OUR POINT OF VIEW Help Lethbridee to be a city beau-1 tiful., Lethbridge will have a Horticultur- al Society. A. Horticultural Society is a patri- otic institution for all loyal citizens. 0. 'H. Johnstone deserves the thanks of the people of Lethbridge for making an effort to start the Horti- cultural Society. Cattro and Graty Snake are a pair in disturbing the peace. It matters little which carries__fljther name. The New York mJflstrate who for- V thief to many has a correct of one way of prerenting crime. are V crime against Mttiety and the be very striofent afmiust them. trouble is over; now al- few the Europe wouM feLrifflit wKhwit a Balkan to worry and ii fvttfflff mighty oC Mttlm. noi Mircrobes Of Scarlet Fever, Measles, Small Pox etc. lurk in second hand books until balmy spring. Our goods are NEW See our Easier Novel- We at to suit our "Its Only a Cold, A Trifling Cough." Thousands have said this when they caught cold. Thousands have neglected to cure the cold. Thousands have .611ed h Consumptive grave through neglect, fever neglect cough or cold. It can lave but one result. It leaves the throat or lungs, or both, affected. Dr. Wood's Iforway Pine Syrup is the medicine you need. "It strikes at the very foundation of all throat or lung complaints, relieving or curing Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asth- ma, Croup, Sore Throat, and preventing ?neuraonia and Consumption. It has stood the test for many years, and 4 now raoro generally used than ever. It contains all tha lung healing virtues of ths jiue tree combined with Wud Cherry Bark in-1 other pectoral remedies. It stimulates the weakened bronchial organs, allays irri- tation and subdues inflammation; soothes and heals the irritated parts, loosens the and mucous, and aids nature to dislodge the morbid accumulations. Don't be humbugged into accepting an imitation-of Dr. Wood's Norway Fine SvTop. It is put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade mart, and 25 cents. 'Mrs. X Brewster, Graf ton, N.S., Two winters ago I suffered se- verely with a. very bad cold and asthma. I was so bad I could not get my breath, and very often thought I would cho.ce. Sfv husband became very much frightened, and got me a bottle of Dr.'Wood's Norway Pine Svrup and it gave me almost instant relief. I can recommend anyont having the least kind of a cold." Large ship- ment of General j Goods Placed in stock today Tire Bentley Co. ihclesile and Retail Phone Ji IETHBRIOGE SALE QUICK W. K. painter, house painter, paper hanger, sign writer, et.c. 25 Argyle Ave- Ph 124. MASTER'S VOICE Safe Opened by a Phonograph Con- trivance Denver. March phonographic safe iock invented by a Bearer" man has, in 'pJaoe of the ordinary knob, the mouthpiece of a telephone trans- mitter. Attached to its diaphragm is a- delicate needle, its. end resting in a groove of a sound record mark) on a phonograph cylinder. The pho- Imperial Bank of Canada Capita! Capital Paid Up Rest HEAD TORONTO i D. R WSLKI E President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. _ SAVINGS Special attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Lethbridge Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bound St., beside Bentley's Store. nograph cylinder is part of the me-' to the safe by .the same vi chanism of the lock, the record -be-ibration of the needle coincides witli mg the countersign spoken by a cer-jthe record on the cylinder and a. con tain voice. tinuous electrical contact opeas th When this countersign is spoken in-': safe door. No other voice will do it SHORT NOTICE AUCtiON SAL At the Auction Mart, 410, Round Street, on Friday, April 2nd, at 2.3O p.m. FRANK. G. WAtiDINGTON Is "favored with instructions from Mr. Newton, who is going east, to remove to the Mart ard SeH by Public Auction the whole of the new and up-to-date stock-in-trade of a Including-magnificent examples of the newest designs "in Sir. cr and Electro-Plated Goods, Candelabra, Entree Dishes, Cake Stands, Tea and Coffee Service, f ouvenir Spoons. Bracelets Curbs, Brooches, Ct-uets, WalthanMtud Elgin .Watches, Dress Rings, etc., etc. The whole to be sold without reserve Telephone 261 Keuud A R R O W L A K E O R G H A R D S Q cc DC O UJ 6 cc cc A Letter from ''One'of Our Satis- The following is a copy of a letter' received from Mr. R. W. Wallace who was a fanner at Clareshohn and who accompanied one of bur excur- sipn parties arid purchased fifty acres of. land.from us last fall. He spent the winter visiting the fruit districts in the States and is now settled on his land at Burton City, Arrow Lakes. Colorado, March 11, 1909. Dear Mr! Freeman, This is a fruit country, a valley which is one solid orchard. These or- chards sell at, per "acre. .The elevation is feet above sea level. They have to irrigate and water costs per acre per year. There is no'reason why Arrow Lake lands should not bring as much in time as these lands. I- am satisfied that we can produce as as good fruit there, and without irrigation. Burton "Valley will be another Palisade if the people who are interested in land there do their part." SIGNED: Yours R. W. WALLACE. Are you interested in fruit growing? Ate you interested in fishing? Are you interested in shooting? Are you interested in making Are you interested in boating? money? Are you interested in securing a home with all these desirable characteris- tics. If so, join one of our excursionsand see for yourself the country, where you can have all these things at "once. "Seeing- is believing." Those who have seen believe, so .will you. Our last excursion party was too crowded. Our next on the 14th of April is filled and we cannot take any more on that date. We propose to run a second section of this party about the 18th April.' Drop in and get full information. The Arrow Ore hards M. FREEMAN, Geaenl Agent Office, 3 and 4, Whitney Block, Lethbridfc 3D O 3 m O 33 O I 30 D CO ARROW ORCHARDS FORJALE A Great Snap for HOMESTEADERS 6 good work marts I Studebak.tr wagon with grain tank, nearly ntw 1 tingle buggy with polt 2 sets double harness I set driving harnes Must be sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars ftODGERS Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Bed- path St. Phoue 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. 1 a.m., 2.3. 7-8. DR. A. rooi.-s. Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3. 7-8.30. Phone night and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVER Surgeon, Accoucber, Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, .Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m., 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY STIRNG I AND DISTRICT I City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE'AND INSURANCE R. A. Davis Stirling Alta. Royal Collieries Coal -HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 Coal, Ice and DRAYINQ Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors' Office opposite Balmoral PH o N'E .es Canad a W cstern Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA. B.C. LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. ts on the second and fourth Tuea- y of each month at 8.15 p.m. A. 8HABMAN, M E. R. Secretary LODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Socirt) Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hall every first and third Wednesday in the month at 8 p.m. For fuj] particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. See., Box 57. Ii, Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d aye in K. of P Hall at I o'clock. brethren' are. cordially: invilted. v. A8HCROFT, W.P, 24-ly NEIDIQ, W.f. A.F, A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday o( each month ia the Masonic Hall, P. 0 Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive hearty welcome. A. C. llewer, W.M. O, V. fllorkey, SecreUry, P. O. Boi BS7. Wood.cn of Lethbridge No. 13081. in the erer? second fourth WediMMlay