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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, I ridny. April 1,1010. is; Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.en-tng at Its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES 1052-Editorial and News Department. 122")-Adertising, Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, oae year, delivered ......>4.00 Daily, sly months, delivered ...|2.00 Dally, three months, delivered .. .il.OO ! Daily, one month, delivered .....35c,' Daily, o e year, by mail.........JS.uO Dally, six months, by mail......|1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....Soc Addresses chauged as often as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and coutaius a suLumary of the world's news oi tlio weik. local and 7oc ((C i foreign. One yeiir, in advance ........ ai.x UjCialiS, in advance ..... fUree montlis, in aiivanca . .  , THE DAILY' KERA: D '� one sale at tlie followiug places: - Letlibritfge-lU-ti Cross Drug and I3ook Store, J. G. Robertson & Co.. J. J. Johnston. Macleod-Young #1- Co.. II. \V. Ham iUon. Plncher Creek-E. J. Mitchel, D. L. J/cCrca. Taber-WestlaKe Eros. Cardston-Aiborta Drug & Book Co. Fei-nie, B. C-N. K. Suddaby. Cranbrootc, B. C.-Beattie & Atchison. Claresholm-0. L. lleinecke. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tughai . Calgary-.-Mberta Hotel iVews Stand. Diamond City-Dr. D'Hrc. Fernie, B. C.-Percy Beal. Also on all C. P. R. trains. A FOOLISH STATEMENT The Conservative mind naturally turns to the idea of turning a spout from the pu'bllc treasury chest into any constituency that has to undergo an election. Therefore It is that just as soon as Macleod was thrown open due to the lamented death of Us member, Colin Gengc, they bring out talk that Phe Liberals are trying to bribe the constituency to return a Liberal by acclamation in return for having the land titles office for Southern Alberta located there. It is very doubtful if any citizen of Macleod ever thought of trying to get tlie office located at their town and certainly not under the clrcumstauces mentioned. An office like a land titles office is bound to go to the largest place in the district to be served by it, the legal centre and the place where the greatest amount of bu'siness Is done. In the district to be served by the office for Southern Alberta there is no difference of opinion and there never has been any, as to the location of the office. Lethbridge has fathered the movement to get an office In the � -^V^l! ! southern part of the province, it is the largest city in the district and is the recognized business and legal centre of outhern Alberta. So one bad any idea of the land titles office going anywhere else until the fertile Conservative imagination got to work. world. It is one of the brightest and | newsiest papers that comes to the Herald office. Burdett is a live town and has a live newspaper. Theodore Roosevelt is to visit Mie Kaiser. He will have to resurrect his ancestral language in order to carry on a conversation. If the Tofleld branch of the Grand Trunk Pacific gets to Calgary this year, it will be in Lethbridge by the end of next year. There will be something doing in the old town Just about that time. FIELDING'S TRIUMPH Hon. W. S. Fielding is deserving of the thanks and congratulations of the people of Canada on ithe success of the tariff arrangements with the United States. Both countries were in a most difficult position. The United States Congress without thinking of the results wkh the Canadian trade passed itariff regulaitions that automatically worked against itrade with this country by putting the maximum duties on Canadian goods. When It was too late they saw their mistake for the high tariff on Canadian goods would be followed by a surtax levied by the Canadian government on American goods. That meant a tariff war. It did not take the American people long to realize that they would get the worst qf it in such a case The result was that they wanted to crawl out of It by flndlng some excuse for allowing Canada to come under the favored nation class. Canada on the other hand wanted to avoid a tariif war but could not make any advances to the United States on the matter for many reasons, ihey could not admit thait the other countries had any right to govern our trade relations. Canada could stand the war better than the other people, and the situation was th(J work of the latter so it was .ip to them to get out of it tlip host way they could. iT'-'Sident Taft made the advances to the Canadian government and sent a delegation to meet with that government to come to some arrangement and afterwards the president himself met Mr. Fielding. a'he president, without Hhe consent of the Congress, was unable to make any concession to Canada and by the time that the body could act the maximum tariff would come automatically Into effect. That was to be avoided. After his bluff of the FrencH treaty had been called, the president got down to business and asked Mr. Fielding what he would do eo ae to give give him ,Taft, excuse to Issue a proclamation placing Canada tn the favored nation class, unhlGh meant a reduction of bwenty'^ve per cent on all duties. And further he promised that When OongTea� meit ihe would see that additional advantages were given this country as he could not do that himself. The result of the negotlaUons was that Mr. Fielding gave iMr. Taft ]U8t about as little as tie could and give blm any sort of excuse to gen out of the difficulty. ConcesalonA are given on thirteen iartlcleji, none of which are very important and more^er the same reduction applied to the same goods Imported from any otuer coun-try. The toUl value of the goods to wbich the reduced duties apply Is not over five million dollara. In return Canada avoids the tariff war and enjoya the minimum tariff giren to nations wibo bave in turn given the United States a great deal more than Canada baa done. Then in addition, there is the promise of Mr. Taft that additional concessions will be made by Congress in Canada's favor. There might bave been the applause that comes from acts of daring and bravado If Mr. Fielding had refused to make any concessions whatever and told the neighboring country to go ahead with Bhe/r majd-mum tariff If they wanted to. There is no doubt but what they would have injured themselves more than mb. But Canada would bave been Injured too and the greater Injury they received would not make ours any less. The concessions granted amoont to very little and they have been the means of rellevins a very difflcult situation. Ttiey were not offered by Mr, Fielding but were asked for and granted as a favor. Canada is well able to grant to favor etpedally In Tlew of tlie fact that this country is the gainer tHeretoy. CURIOSITY AROUSED .lust wliat there ia tn the information brought out at ine investigation by the commission, regarding the ef-foi-ts of tlie Toronto man, Hawes. to get a quarter of a million dollars or one hundred thousand dollars from J. K. Cernwall to recompense him (or being frozen out of the Great Waterways railway deal, is not apparent just now. But it looks strange that Mr. Cornwall should be willing to pay ten thousand dollars to prevent suit being entered at the time. There may ihave been a danger of the house being stampded but the same danger e.visted when R. B. Bennett attempted to do so "by mmong the charge against Hon. C. W. Cross. If failed and if there is notmnr in the transaction that would make Mr. Cornwall feel justified in giving 'Mr. Hawes any sum of money, be could easily have met Ehe case on the floor of the house and prevented any stampede. It is very evident that Mr. Hawes considered that Cornwall and his associates were making a big haul out of the bonds issued on the Alberta and Great Waterways. 'W|hether this is so or not will or will not justify .Mr. Cornwall paying a sum of money to him to prevent his entering suit at that particular time or any other time. There is a common curiosity between Hawes and the people of Alberta to know what was made on the deal and who made it. From a study of the list of the Am-eriwvn Imports given the reduced tariff rate by Mr. Fielding, It does not are going to suffer by his action. Look are going to suffer by hs action. Look at the list:-Dates, figs, dried prunes and plums, nuts, photographs, chrom-os, paintings, drawings, engravings, prints, maps and charts, soap pow ders. mineral soap, t>erfuraery, hair oil. toothpowders and washes, tableware of China, porcelain, white granite and ironstone, common and color less window glasses, watch movements, leathers further finished than tanned, chamois, feathers, imitations o; flowers, fruits, celluloid manufac ttires, drugs, dyes and chemicals. The duties are not taken off these articles but are put on a par with the duties levied on French goods under the Franco-Canadian treaty. From Other Sanctums No OUR POINT OF VIEW Boyle, too, says be has a lot of cards up his sleeve tliat he does not propose to show until he wants to play them. And now iin>l ttrest. E. C. MACKENZIE-Barrister. Solicitor, Noury Public, etc; 1 sad 2 Southard Block: Money to Loan. MEDICAL DR. LAFFERTY-Conaulttnc phyai dsn. Bryan Block, Room 31. OBe* houra 9-12; 8-S; 7-10. DOCTOR MEWBURN-Redpsth Before 9 a.m.; ^3; 7-8. St. MEDICAL DR. W. S. QALBRAITH-Pbysioisi Surgeon, Accouoher. Hours-Befon 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Bert path St. Phone M DR. J. E. LOVERING-(McGlll) Physl clan and Surgeon. Blectric and X ray treatment. Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Comer Redpatt-and Olyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-6; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. R B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Plhy-sician, surgeon A accoucher. Office Dougiaa Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Waaiwork St. Phone 476. NURSING PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. -The rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Oootl food, washing done In hospital laundry. Patients may bare visltocs any time during the day or It very III may have a friend stay. First floor Is for medical coses. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss O. A. Dainty, graduate nurse of Nlcholls Hospital Peterboro, and three years experience In hospital work In New York is In charge. MRS. K. L. OLASSPOOLE-Frofea-slonal Nurse, 615 Qlyn street: Phone 307. 17-0 MANICURING, ETC. OR. A. McNALLV-Offlce Btoflors Block. Residence, osr. Bompas am* Crab*. Pibone: X)fflce 319; Residence 1271. OR. C.C. CRAQQ-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. D. A, TAYLOR, M.D., CM.-Spedsl-1st, Eye, EJar, Nose and Tliroait, Stiatford Block. Leithibridce. AMa. Office hours: 9.30-12 cm.; ^6 pjm.; 7-8 p.m. Offloe Phooe 341; Residence 693. OR. GARNET T. IVES-Dentist, grad uate Royal Collega of Dental Bur geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Houra 9-12. 1-6. Phone 463. OR. d'HAOAN-PlirakltB and Brng-eon; office HictotMtliam Block; Ptione 338; ResWsnoe 410 Brnsst 8tre�t; Pbons 111. MISS VERONICA O'CONNOR-Acadia Block. Red path St. Ladies' hair dressing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen. Lethbridge, Alta. UNDERTAKING ADDISON A SON-Most up to date undertakers and embalmers In the city, block and white cars. Office next the new Herald office. Phone 682. Strict attenUon paid to all cases. Parlors open day and night. T. 8. FETTERLY-runerol Wrectoi and Bmbala.^r. Most np to dotf parlors In tity. Five doors west of Post Office, Ford St. WUt� one Black Cars. Phone 661. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. WINO-Chsrteied aoeoantoBl AudiU, Itqaidalions. fenenl assonn* Ins ,and'adTloe, thereon. Acadia Bloek, Letbbrid��, AlU. JAS. A. WACDONALD-Architeoi Macdc:;ald Block. Redpath street Lethbridge. Alta. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. Etc.-Architect, Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. A W. A. WHIODINGTON-Regd. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth bridge. Phone 1438. WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and Con tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5. Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512. T. K. McNEII-Contractor and BulM-er. estimates given on oil kinds of buildings; nothing too small nothing too large. Box 516; office 1260 Courtland street. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall Is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor in city, steam heated, kitchen in connffctlon, all modern conveniences. Parties wishing to engage apply to J. H. Kellle. Western Plumbing Co. THE CONSERVATORY AUDITORIUM-Corner Ashmead and Bompas streets, the largest uall in the city, is now open for use for At Homes, Dances, Concerts, Entertainments, etc. For terms, etc., apply on the premises. 2g.O LETHBRIDOE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY HOTSON AND LEADER-Contractors and Builders, esUmates freely given on all kinds of building:. Office 219 Redpath street, phone 1483. Get our figures before letting contract. 69-26 CHARLES SELLENS-Carpenter and Builder-Cabinet work, furniture repairs and all kinds of job work receive prompt attention. Estimates free. 908 Arthur street. 74-28 MORROW BROS.-Builders and Contractors; estimates given on all classes of work. All work inaraB-teed. 717 Cnbb Btnst Bos INV. Phone 1118. CONCRETE WORK-Ordere execut ed for cement sldenvalks, basements and other .concrete work. An stone sills and lintels made to detail. Concrete blocks and brick always on hand. H. J. Goods, Concrete Factory, 523 Smith St., Phone 1344. MeeU Ooledonion Boll, Olyo St. Olnb �oom otien evenltaf 7.SO ts 10 80. Sunday eceepted. All Ssotsiaen wsleooie. , � JOHNBTON. Besy., J. B. GIBBON. Box 320. Pass UtlMlgilirlils. lil Meets First aU third Saturdays In K. of P. Hall St 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren ore cordially Inrlted. J. McBRIOE SHIVBLT. W.^ GU8. NEIDIO, W. 8. SURVEYING J. P. HAMILTON, B.A.SC.-Dominion Land Sttrreyor, Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Bk>ck. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, B.A.SC.-Dom. Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. McARTHUR-Civil Engineer-Industrial Spurs, Railways. Yard Layouts, Water Suppllea, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc. etc. 211 Sherlo<* Block. Viaduct Lodge No. 63 I. Q. o. f. Meeto every Monday nlcbt In Odd- Vl..tln!f"r\"'"*^�"^'^'^ VIoIUng members cordlaUy larlted to attend. L. W. STBEVES. N O A. cATHRo. R.a Ibox mo: PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER-^. L Bo- kin. Expert Stenographer and Typist Office, Post Office buock; Phone 10S8. lethbridge. Alberta. MONET TO LOAN-Leaaa and Inaur-ance on farm and ofty property. Apply the Southern AlberU Loon and Inveatmsat Co., 416 DuSerIa street. Bryan blocK 3M-S QUS. NEIDIO-Licensed auctioneer and licensed bill poster. All work Kuaranteed. 92-26 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA. No. 203, ta of ERjiiaiii leneflt Sodetv Meete In the Oddfellows' Holl every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply F. T. Robins, A. J. Warren, W. President. Bee. Box 67. Canada Western Chartered Corporattoit Ltd. Capital 9500.000 Finsnoisl Ak�uib. FiMalAgeota Broken. for Ro)r�!Colli� All Stsndsrd Stocks Hsndlsd HIAO OPPICt-V.OTOaiA, 9 * ;