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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Lethbridge Dally Herald, 1 liday, April 1,1010. Duff Addition Property 1 corner Jots, Clock 21, price $37t) ea. Terms, 2 corner lots. Block 22, price ?37ri o:i. Torms. 3 lots, BJocK- 20, price ?tOU ea. Terms. ALEXANDER ADDITION 4 corner lots, Block 6, pric.e ?27r> ea. Terms. 2 lots, Block If), price J2u0 ea. Terms. 2 lots. Block 123, $1500 for the 2. Terms. S.even roomed cottage on half acre plot, ^.lose to new City Park. Will sell cheap if taken at once. Good terms. Acreage for market gardens, only two and n half miles front city limits. Cheapest acreapc oa the miU'ket. \'ery easy terms. PHONE 1353 BOX 1858 The Imperial Development Co., Ltd. CITY REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT F, C. MOCK, Manager. CAREFUL OF MR. CUSHING Bramly Moore M.P.P. Tells Why He Supports the Government LETTER BOX iroyal Standard' Visible p. O. Box 261 Phone 1214 Tt4E WESTERN SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO.. LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge, March oOtli. Kditor Lethbridge Herald: Sif:-If we miglii bo pertiiirtcd to in;nide upon your valuable space we wo'ild like to draw the attention of t!ie proper autliorlties to tliat ever burning ciuestion, the dust. We have been exceptionally unfortunate the pas', few days in having s?vere winds from the west, and \Mhile we '''i^'^! promised to CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY STEAMSHIP SAILINGS From St. John Empress of Ireland, March 25th. Lake Champlain, April 2nd. Empress of Britain, April 8th, Lake Manitoba, April 16tb. Empress of Ireland, April 22nd. Empress of Britain, May 6th From Montreal Lake Champlain, May 12th. Empress of Ireland, May 20th. Lake Manitoba, May 2eth. Empress of Britain, June 3rd. Lake Champlain, June 9th. All steamers await the arrival of C. P. R. Passenger trains leaving Montreal Windsor street station 7.25 o'clock previous evening. Special attention given to prepaid business. For tickets and ail information apply C. P. R. Ticket Office, Lethbridge S. J. SHARP, General Agent, Winnipeg S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agt., Lethbridge no control over the wind, still we think that our city fathers have control to a very great e.xtent over the dust. If they could only understand, not only the great inconvenience but also the heavy loss in the destruction of stocks, they would realize some of our difliculties. Their e.vcuse forra-ei-ly was that there was not sufficient water, but we are unaware what tlheir Hramly Moore, Ml'.!'., tor Lloyd-minister, passed through the city last, iiisht from Waincr where hi" had been lookins over the country. Mr. Moore wa.s (Icli.ehtfd with what lie ^aw of this city. He thousht that LothbridRc was bouiui to be a great city from what he had seen of it. He saw a marked difference here to the country .iroiind Lloydministor in the north. Me was surprised at the bi.i; yields of wheat that he had been told oi when he noticed the sparseness of vegetation on the prairie. It is Mr. .Moore's first trip to this south country and he goes back full of praises for it and delighted with its promise. Mr, Moore is one of the government supporters in the A. and G. W. Railway deal. When asked why he supported the government on the measure lie stated tliat it was the business of the province to get a railway ststem that was our own. It was the duty of the government of .\lberta to foster the construction of such a line as tlie A. & G. \V. Railway which do as much for Alberta as the C.X.R. fathered by the Manitoba government, did for that province. He thought it was not a very serious question as to what amount had been guaranteed by the government per mile. The road would be worth twenty thousand dollars per mile to the people when completed and it didn't matter what it would cost to Toronto, April 1.-K. Scott, assistant city eng'lneer, has resigned to go Into general contracting Jbusiness In Vancouver. ed to think it can be attributed to mismanagement. On Round street, south of Dufferin, after suffering all day from the dust t.he water cart, we find at five o'clock in the evening, crossing the street along Dufferin but entirely ignoring Round street, and this Is a very small advantage to ttiose who are compelled to keep their stores open all day. We are continually reading In your valuable paper articles on 'Lethbridge Beauti-" ful" but surely it is high time that our city fatJhers woke up to the occasion. The dust nuisance could be abated by a liberal supply of water being put on the streets running east and west as those are the streets the dust is blown from, and swerves round the corners of the streets running north and south. If the gentleman who has charge of this particular department would take the trouble to stand on the corner of Kound and Kedpath or of Round and Dufferin 'he would realize the importance of watering these streets, especially from Wood street to Round. We thiuK that this sprinkling should ibe done at least twice a day and not left till live o'clock in the evening and then the lower portion of Round St. entirely ignored as Is the case today. Trusting that this appeal will have some effect on the powers that be and thanking you in anticipation, Faithfully yours, ROUND STREET MBRmANTS. excuse is now, although we are inclin-j ijuiid it. All the province was doing was to back the note of the company which thev would never have to pay. He w-ould hate to see Mr, C^lshing start in to build the road lor, twelve thousand dollars a luilc as he wouldn't like to see him go broke, Mr. Moore left early this morning on his way back to Lloydministcr. GADILLAC '30' I wish to announce that my exclusive agency for tkis territory has heen acknowled-ed by the Cadillac people and orders have been issued for all other agencies to be discontinued. We can furnish cars on short notice. .1 T. S. McKENZIE )t800>C�0^^  ������ M-M-M-'M-f-f-f^   UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP: CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER I Basement of the OliVerxBlock Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thoiuanda of women tuffer untold misery every day with achiof baolu thftt really have no business to �che. Backacba ia simply a warning from the kidneys and shouJd ba attended t* immediately so as to avoid yean of terribis suneiiDg from Icidney troublao. Doan's Kidney Pills will euni you ia the sams way they have cund thousands of others, and they euro to stay eurod. Mrs. W. C. Doerr, 13 Brighton St.. London, Ont., writes:-"It is with pleasure that I thank vou for th� good your Doan's Kidney Pills hart dona mo. Have been troubled with backache toi rears. Nothing helped m� until a friend brought me a box of your Kidney PilJa. ' I began to take them and took four bozea, and am glad to say that I am cured ea* ' tirely and can do all my ewa work and feel good as I used to before takaa eiek. I am positive ''loan's Kidaar Pills an all you claim them to be, and I advise all kidney suffeiaie to giTa them a (air trial." Priee 60 eeaU per box or 8 (or tl.38 at aU dealers or mailed diraet ea neeipt ( priee by The T. UUbura Co., limitai, Toronto, Ont. Whaa ofditring qiaeify " Dwm'c" The Alexandra Hotel STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN iV. II. IMiU'i'n.v. Prop. FINEST CAFF. IN THE WEST Orciicstra During' Dinner SLPERBLY FURNISHED BEDROOMS -25 PRIVATE BATHS Telephones in every room, and every modern convenience RATES: FROM $1.00 UP Special Attention Given to Conniier-cial Travellers 10 Commodious Sample Rooms Phones: Hotel 717 Restaurant 1462 WANTSLEEPER .DIRECT TO CALGARY Important Matters Discussed By Board Of Trade WHERE RAILWAYS GET TRADE What One Farmer Does -Instance of Many M(�re The way farmers in this country are going after things i.s a revelation to the stranger and what they are doing and what they would do under favorable circumstances of transportation are things for rM-way companies and governments to think over. For instance, a short time ago h. C!.: Barrett came up here from the States and boup-ht two sections of land, 32 and 33 in U-21 north of this city. 'Last year he broke �100 acres of it ami last week finished seeding two hundred acres. The other two hundred is ready and will be seed-next week. He has let contracts to break up six hundred acres more this summer. With a great' many farmers doing, this, it is easy to see where the railways would get trade if they would' reach the different parts of the country. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE i ON Monday, April 4th AT 1.30 P. M. AT 1234 FORD ST. OPPOSITE HYOE A SAUNDERS WAREHOUSE BY W. L. .WILSON, AUCTIONEER Instructed by Mr. Hacker, who is leaving for Prince Rupert, I wJU sell the following without reserve: -And a great nnany other artielea too numeroua to mention- TERMS-CASH 4 iron beds complete 3 dressers and stands 1 iturned oak parlor auKe, including 6 chairs, 2 arm chairs and 1 couch. 1 ext. table 1 sideboard ] cot 1 kitchen table 1 rocker 3 toilet sets J barrel churn 1 Boss washing machine and wringer 2 clocks 1 wheelbarrow 3 ladders Picket and crow Chairs 3 heaters 1 McLarey 6 hole range with reservoir 1 gasoline stove Kitchen utensils, dishes, eic. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer PHON E BRITISH * COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-108 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards In the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flaahllghta Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Prompt Attention Given to Amateur Developing and PHnting Preaa Agente of "Tropical Preaa" and "Daily Mirror," London Eng. The Hoard of Trade are going lo ! see if it is possible to get a better sleeping car servii'e to Calgarv. .Vt the meeting oi the council yesterday the matter was taken up. .\l present the sleeper from t'ianl)rook lies over at Macleod for si.v hoiiis. \Vliateople instead of having to take the. train here and wait over at Maelood for the north train. U wa.s- su-''.steil that they try also to get the. Macleod train for Calgary to start here in the morning instead of at Macleod. Mr. t'onybeare said that he had been informed that the the operating department of the C.I'. K. had been considering tiiis anrl would do it if they could. The Board will confer with Gen. Supt. Price about the sleeping car service. A F.\LSE AL.VRM The Mct'ormick Biscuit Co. in reply to the query of the secretary said that they had no intention of starting a branch in the West. The Secretary of the Canadian Man ufacti.rers' .Association wrote that hq did not think that it was possible for the Association to accept the invitation of the Board to visit Lethbridge on their way to their convention at Vanvouver as they had arranged to go both ways on the main line. The action of the president and other members of the Board in .granting Secretary Thomas.son of the Y.MC, A. desk room in the publicity building untrtl he could get better quart']itmI pair of line slioes. Notliins;" remarkable al)out thai, bnt she said she nevei know there was a shoe store in the 'Xortli Ward,' especially one Avhere such an assort-nent of stylish foot-wear was ke|)t. This lieiiio- the fact, it is up to inc to s[)ill some printers' ink, so that all the North Ward peo])le may know that this is an up-to-date dioo store with prices that cannot lie beaten in town. My .i>o()ds are not marked up or d(>\\ii. They arc marked ri,o-ht. * Call and be convinced. THE CROSBY SHOE STORE PERCY i:. CIJOSBY. PKOP. KENNEDY BLOCK NOKl II WARD COST OF LIVING EAST VS. WEST PROMINENT AGED LUMBERMAN DEAD 'Brockville, Ont., March (Lewis Smith, a retired lumber man, died at his ^home Un ^Uroclcv